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Will America survive Trump?   America - all of it

Started 12/22/18 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 152484 views.
Johneeo

From: Johneeo

6/11/19

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Then lets see McGahn in front of a Congressional Inquiry. Plenty of questions for him to answer.
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McGahn already provided over 30 hours of testimony in the Mueller investigation.  It is over.  Done.

Now the Democrat clowns in Congress want to re-do a two year investigation because they don't like the results?

No. It is time that the Democrats in Congress got down to actually doing what they were elected to do, create the legislation that 
voters sent them there to do, not continue a hate Trump investigation that has already concluded and found no crimes.  

And now Attorney Barr hopefully will investigate the actual crimes that were committed and seek justice.

 


 

Johneeo

From: Johneeo

6/11/19

>>>>>
No, you do not. And you WILL not look at what Mueller has concluded. That Trump would be indicted on criminal charges, but ONLY for the fact that the current laws do not allow a sitting president to be indicted.
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That is about as dumb a statement imaginable.  Let us assume for argument that Trump obstructed justice.  I agree you can not indict a sitting 
president.  But Trump obstructed justice all by himself?  None of his aides or associates participated?  Trump, the evil diabolical genius was 
able to obstruct this all by himself, and not another person associated with him participated or knew anything about it?

Only a deranged lunatic could actually believe that.

 

PTG (anotherPTG)

From: PTG (anotherPTG)

6/11/19

You cannot ignore him?

That is precisely what I have done with him and three others for more than a year!

It irritates to see "Msg xyz.abc ignored" but that is far better for my bile than reading any of them!

To me he is a 'non-person'!

CzoeMC

From: CzoeMC

6/11/19

Well, my dearest PTG, yes, I can actually put him on ignore. But I do feel a somewhat responsibility in the small power bestowed, to watch for truly egregious remarks that would be beyond mere reproach.

My failure in this little spat, was that I rose to the non-existent battle, thereby lowering myself to even acknowledge the ridiculous. I am more armored now, and will ignore the buzzing of the gnat.

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

6/12/19

Johneeo said:

McGahn already provided over 30 hours of testimony in the Mueller investigation.  It is over.  Done.

Congress think he's a valuable witness to really serious obstruction of justice.

Congress are meant to hold the President to account and have subpoenaed him.

If he thinks he can defy a subpoena and if he's allowed to get away with it then the US is heading for a very dark place.

Johneeo

From: Johneeo

6/12/19

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Congress think he's a valuable witness to really serious obstruction of justice.
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Congress is nothing but a bunch of Deep State clowns.  He underwent over 30 hours of testimony by Mueller's team, which had the resources of the DOJ, FBI, CIA, and the entire intelligence community.  And you think these clowns in Congress will find some value in his testimony.  Ridiculous.  This is just further attempts to obfuscate what is coming down upon the real criminals that Barr is going to bring justice to.

Also, there were absolutely NO CRIMES committed.  The only "obstruction of justice" was to defend against the deep state of false accusations, infinite innuendos, and the incredible hoax perpetuated against a duly elected president.

It is over.  The results, like the election, are over.  Done.  Time to give it up and watch Barr bring justice to the real criminals.

 

BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

6/12/19

Johneeo said: And you think these clowns in Congress will find some value in his testimony.

I know what happened when the Germans lost faith in democracy.

Germany entered a very dark place.

Jenifer (Zarknorph)
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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

6/13/19

Johneeo said:

Also, there were absolutely NO CRIMES committed.

Unfortunately Mueller is not as sure as you.

"If we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so."

Not exactly "exonerated".

Di (amina046)

From: Di (amina046)

6/13/19

Roll up your sleeves Czoe! I am right behind you!

Di (amina046)

From: Di (amina046)

6/13/19

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